As millions of Floridians continue to regroup after Hurricane Irma tore through the state last week, our Emergency Rescue Team is there to provide relief in any way possible.
Emergency Rescue Units deployed to assist partner shelter in wake of Hurricane Harvey arrive back from Houston with 57 shelter animals to make room for all of the displaced dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens separated from their families.
Animal League America is Prepared to Aid Shelters Hit by Hurricane Matthew October 11, 2016: Unfortunately, it seems yet another Animal Welfare Emergency is upon us – Hurricane Matthew. Everyone at North Shore Animal League America would like to extend our sincerest sympathies to all affected. We are deeply saddened to hear about the Read More
Catastrophic Flooding in Louisiana Leaves These Dogs Homeless Picture this; you’re a happy, healthy dog living with your beloved family. You enjoy going out for walks with your pet parents, lounging around the house with your canine siblings, and the sound of your food bowl being filled at dinner time makes your tail wag Read More
Hurricane Sandy: Animal League America Provides Relief Animal League America conducted emergency rescue and relief efforts for the animals and people affected by Hurricane Sandy. After opening our emergency animal shelter on Sunday, October 28 at Mitchel Field in Nassau County, NY, over 400 animals that were displaced when their owners had to evacuate Read More
Colorado Wildfires 2012 - Animal Rescue and Relief North Shore Animal League America and National Mill Dog Rescue teamed up to help Colorado residents and their pets that were evacuated from their homes due to the dangerous wildfires that ravaged more than 15,000 acres. Our emergency rescue team set up their Mobile Rescue Units, Read More
2005 Katrina & Gulf Coast Rescues In the year following Hurricane Katrina, North Shore Animal League America made thirty six road trips and conducted two unprecedented airlifts, rescuing 1,327 dogs and cats from the impact areas. Many Years Later Many years after the devastating blow dealt by Hurricane Katrina, many of the residents of Read More